Forum: GNU Radio Win32 USRP Library

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F59554dad66070cab7da45ce0937c7c2?d=identicon&s=25 Gregory W Heckler (Guest)
on 2007-01-23 22:01
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I just received my USRP and I'm interested in using the USRP as a GPS
signal recording device. My goal is to build a win32 library available
to MSVC (.lib file and associated .h files) in order to integrate the
usrp/host/lib code into my preexisting GPS software receiver. Would MSYS
or Cygwin be the fastest environment in which to build such a library?
Thank you for pointing me in the right direction.
3e5d1707dd5f4807ed9938d5c37b2649?d=identicon&s=25 Patrick Strasser (Guest)
on 2007-01-23 23:05
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Gregory W Heckler wrote on 2007-01-23 21:59:

Hello Gregory!

I cannot help you exactly with your question, but I'd have a hint for
posting on mailing lists:

It seems to like you got the latest mail from the list, replied to it
and changed the subject. This is of course very convenient, but there is
a rub in it: you get a lot of stuff from the message you're replying to,
like this:

References: <>
  <ep1e2s$5vt$>  <ep29fu$3c9$>
  <>  <>
  <>  <>

This is not crap, it's the messages that are in context to the message
you are replying. Good email readers (like the ones good hackers that
you want to reach use :-) ) make a nice thread out of it and show you a
(graphical) representation of who wrote in reply to whom. Your
Thunderbird can do this quite fine, too.

Now your message pretends to reply to the last one in this thread. This
is not optimal for a first post, as people my think it's a new comment
to an already discussed topic or overlook it completely.

To make it short: For best results on a new topic create a new email and
resist from replying to an existing one. Take the time to enter the list
  address by hand or from the address book. This should bring more
attention to your request.

Regards and good look!

Engineers motto: cheap, good, fast: choose any two
Patrick Strasser <patrick dot strasser at  tugraz dot at>
Student of Telematik, Techn. University Graz, Austria
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